Deontay Wilder Responds To Tyson Fury's Bizarre Masturbation Admission
Deontay Wilder has told Tyson Fury to 'enjoy himself' following his bizarre masturbation claims at Monday's press conference.
Fury revealed to HoopJab that he's made an unusual addition to his training regime which includes masturbating up to seven times a day.
'The Gypsy King' explained it was a way to keep his testosterone pumping and Wilder offered Fury some advice, despite thinking it was all for show.
"I mean, enjoy yourself," the 'Bronze Bomber' told TMZ Sports. "Just use the proper lotion!
"Whatever he says is for entertainment or whatever...Enjoy himself! Just use the proper lotion. I mean some like thick lotion."
Fury and Wilder are preparing for their highly anticipated rematch on February 22.
The duo were in Los Angeles for this week's press conference and Fury discussed the more traditional aspects of his training regime.
Speaking to the media, he explained:
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"I'm eating five or six meals a day, drinking eight litres of water. If it's gonna give me an edge, I'm willing to try it."
The lineal heavyweight champion has also cut out Diet Coke from his diet, something he hasn't done in a decade.
"I'm really eliminating all the distractions this time. No phones, no thing like that. No diet coke, which I've become susceptible to," Fury added, "I've had tons, and tons, and tons of it in every training camp. This is the first training camp in 10 years I've not had one diet coke and I won't have any until after the fight.
"This is the 1st training camp where I'm going to bed early at 9.30 every night and I wake up every morning at 7 am, fresh as a daisy."
:loud_sound: Listen in to what was said during Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury's face-off at their rematch press conference...
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He also thinks that he'll knockout his American opponent inside two rounds at the MGM Grand next month.
"I'll meet you in the center of the ring, Deontay Wilder. February 22nd, you won't have to look anywhere for me. Just watch out for the right hand because you're going to sleep in two rounds. Two! Two rounds, he's going down."
"I keep having a dream about two rounds. In poker, I keep getting dealt number two. It's definitely a thing. He's getting knocked out in two rounds. 100 percent!"
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